The Peronist Felipe Solá, one of the candidates for minister of foreign affairs in the government of the president-elect of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, said Monday that the next administration, to renegotiate the debt, will not change its vision regarding Venezuela.
Felipe Sola is a pragmatic Peronist, ex Agriculture minister with president Carlos Menem, former elected governor of the Buenos Aires province, the most significant electoral circumscription of Argentina and is increasingly mentioned as the next minister of foreign affairs and worship. Solá is currently with president-elect Alberto Fernandez in Mexico and before leaving was interviewed and made some announcements referred to the “Malvinas Islands”.
The Brexit mess finally will clear, one way or the other, and when it does, big Chicago exporters such as Boeing and Abbott Labs and their peers from around the country will be able to focus on the benefits of doing business with the United Kingdom.
The manager of an oil tanker being probed by Brazilian authorities in connection with an oil spill off the country’s coast has found “no proof” of the vessel conducting activities that may have led to leaks on a journey between Venezuela and Malaysia.
Venezuela ordered El Salvador's diplomats to leave the country in reprisal for President Nayib Bukele's expulsion of officials representing the government in Caracas. El Salvador does not recognize Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro as legitimate and said on Saturday it would receive a new diplomatic corps representing opposition leader, Juan Guaido.
Activists expressed outrage on Sunday at the killing of an indigenous “guardian of the forest” in Brazil's Amazon and called on the government to thwart illegal loggers in the region. Paulo Paulino Guajajara and another tribesman, Laercio Guajajara, were ambushed by loggers late Friday as they patrolled the Arariboia territory in the northeastern state of Maranhao.
Bolivia's chief opposition leader on Sunday called for new elections to resolve the political crisis engulfing the nation since a disputed Oct 20 vote that Bolivian authorities said was won by leftist President Evo Morales, sparking protests.
Germany marks three decades since the fall of the Berlin Wall this week, but a hint of a return of the Cold War and the rise of nationalism is dampening the mood. Leaders of former Cold War powers will be absent from anniversary festivities, as Donald Trump's America First, Britain's Brexit and Russia's resurgence put a strain on ties.
Saudi Arabia's giant state oil company finally kick-started its initial public offering (IPO) on Sunday, announcing its intention to float on the domestic bourse in what could be the world's biggest listing as the kingdom seeks to diversify its economy away from oil.
British MPs will this Monday select the new speaker of the House of Commons, once an unremarkable event but one now charged with significance following the previous occupant's role in Brexit.